Police are investigating a robbery that happened in Carlisle in which three men wearing balaclavas broke into a Bargain Booze shop in the city.
Officers were called at 8.46pm on the 19th September following a robbery at the store on Beechwood Avenue.
Three men, wearing black balaclavas are reported to have entered the shop before demanding money and cigarettes.
The three men then left with an unknown amount of cash and a large amount of cigarettes.
They've been described as being tall and of slim build.
One of them was carrying an orange bag for life which has been used to carry the stolen cigarettes.
“We are appealing to members of the public who have may have seen three men acting suspiciously in the Stanwix area this evening to contact us.
“The two staff members on duty have been subjected to a terrifying ordeal and are understandably shaken.
“At this time we do not know if the three men have made off on foot or in a vehicle. Any information, no matter how insignificant you may deem it, could help trace those responsible.”
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Thousands of people are celebrating Cumbria Pride in Carlisle today.
The aim is to promote equality, diversity and to protect the future of LGBT communities of the county.
Cumbria Pride says it aims to be a strong voice for Cumbria's LGBT community and provide a safe environment to engage communities in the celebration of their sexual orientation.
The Great North Air Ambulance was called out to three incidents in Cumbria over the weekend. On Saturday afternoon a 35-year-old man was flown to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary after suffering a neck injury while playing rugby at Carlisle Rugby Club. He arrived at hospital in a stable condition.
On Sunday morning a 46-year-old man from Preston sustained leg injuries after becoming trapped between two cars at Bowness-on-Windermere. He was taken to the Royal Preston Hospital.
The air ambulance was in action again in the afternoon when paramedics treated a 45-year-old woman who'd fallen from a bike near Ulverston.
Retail giant Primark has announced the opening date for its new Carlisle store.
The budget clothes shop will open its doors to the public on Thursday, 6 October, in the Lanes Shopping Centre.
It'll be based in the building that used to be occupied by BHS, and is expected to create 144 jobs in the city.
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One of our region's sports clubs was today celebrating rising up after the devastation of last winter's flooding.
Carlisle Rugby Club played their first match at their home ground during a pre-season fund raising day after being forced to use other clubs last season.
The ground on Warwick Road was inundated by several feet of water last December.
Now the pitch is back ready for the start of the rugby season next weekend.
But the club is appealing for helpers to try to finish repairing facilities in the club house that are still uncompleted.
The club says there were delays in starting repairs works because of a wrangle with their insurers.
Police are appealing for information following a collision in Shaddongate, Carlisle, involving a three-year-old boy.
The incident happened this afternoon (3 August).
Police were called following reports that a silver car had collided with a pedestrian, the 3-year-old boy, who received minor injuries.
The female driver of the silver car initially stopped at the scene before leaving. Officers are keen to speak to her.
Any witnesses who can assist in the investigation should contact police on 101.
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